Franklin & Marshall embarks on the latest chapter in its commitment to environmental stewardship with the creation of an urban conservancy less than one mile from campus.
Fourteen F&M students join Kirk Miller in an expansion of the College's presence in South Africa.
A love of French culture began early for Carrie Landfried, who began teaching at the College this semester.
Students can chat with alumni and parents about careers and professional etiquette at Career Day.
Independent scholar Sally Griffith visits campus to celebrate the publishing of Liberalizing the Mind, a narrative history of Franklin & Marshall College.
Jon Stone brings his interest in the symbolist movement to Franklin & Marshall.
After participating in a geology field school in Kenya, three F&M students realize they had done—and learned—more than they ever imagined.
Family members visit campus for a wide range of events designed for their education and entertainment—but most importantly, to reconnect with their children.
On a clear, crisp morning similar to that of September 11, 2001, members of the College community remember the victims of 9/11.
Andrea Lommen is part of a $6.5 million grant project that will prepare astronomers for the era of gravitational wave astronomy.